Marijuana byproduct is helping Alabama epilepsy patients

Alabama State Motto Marker Welcome Center Cleburne County Image John Phelan Via Wikimedia Commons

Alabama State Motto Marker Welcome Center Cleburne County Image John Phelan Via Wikimedia Commons

Alabama

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Voters cast their ballots in Ohio on Tuesday, in a referendum to legalize both medical and recreational marijuana.


 

It would also allow doctors to write prescriptions for medical marijuana.

In Alabama, both types of marijuana are still illegal, but a cannabis derivative is being tested to treat epilepsy.

CBD Oil comes from marijuana, contains no hallucinogens, and is being tested by UAB in a medical study to see how epilepsy patients react to the treatment.

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Jake Berent ~ WSFA

 

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